UFC 213 Live™ Stream, Watch, Nunes vs Shevchenko, Fight 08/July/2017, Fight Card, PPV, 213 UFC,(PPV), T-Mobile Arena, Paradise, Nevada, Free TV, All info. UFC 213 Nunes vs Shevchenko 2 is an upcoming mixed martial arts event produced by the Ultimate Fighting Championship that will be held on July 8, 2017 at T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nevada, part of the Las Vegas metropolitan area. In the main event of UFC 213, women’s bantamweight champion Amanda Nunes will put her title on the line against Valentina Shevchenko. The two first fought on the main card of UFC 196, where Nunes left the cage with a decision victory. Since that fight, Nunes has won the title over Miesha Tate and defended it against Ronda Rousey.
213 UFC Live The champion is much more of a finisher than the challenger. During her 10-fight combined UFC and Strikeforce career, Nunes has gone to decision only one time, her first fight with Shevchenko. On the other hand, Shevchenko’s first three fights in the Octagon were decided via the judges’ scorecards before she defeated Julianna Pena with a submission in January.
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If Shevchenko can make it a longer fight, the balance might swing in her favor. In their first fight, Shevchenko had her best round in the third. She scored a takedown and landed 17 significant strikes while absorbing only three. Nunes had outlanded her 36-11 in significant strikes to that point.
In their first fight last year, Amanda Nunes faced her toughest competition to date. Another fight where I will continue to prove that is this rematch. After this fight, people will start calling me champion and recognize me. Everything takes time. If you don’t have media promotion to help, you have to do this I am that athlete. Shevchenko is tough, compact and very difficult to finish.
Wise on why Nunes will win: The champ feels like she’s still not getting respect from fans or the company for that matter. I don’t know about the argument with the company as she headlined two of the three biggest PPVs of 2016 and will again on Saturday for 2017, but Nunes has been down-right filthy since joining UFC. She has fought eight times and scored six stoppages wins, namely over Miesha Tate and Ronda Rousey in just over four minutes combined. Reiter on why Romero will win: Romero’s age, wisdom and experience translate to a calmer fighter in the Octagon. source
Coca on why Overeem will win: A rubber match six years in the making and one neither Overeem nor Werdum can afford to lose. For Overeem, 58 fights into what will ultimately be a Hall of Fame career, and the one thing he’s yet to get his hands on is the UFC heavyweight title. Overeem knows this could be his last chance to land a title shot and he’s going to be ready to get there.